Andrew has seen the ugliness of some of life’s worst moments. It colors his songs of beauty with an appreciative radiance, and it colors his songs of pain with a brutal truthfulness.
There’s something to be said about Travis’ ability to capture a feeling and allow it to permeate not just the songwriting, but the arrangements as well.
Taking elements that sound familiar to the folk enthusiast while remaining unique in voice and style, each subsequent revisit reminds me how profound it truly is.
Grizzly Goat’s latest LP is a satisfying sequel to their 2015 release, and ought to redefine how people view “folk” in Provo.
“To find myself absolutely loving at least two-thirds of the artists on your Provo Spotify playlist was insane. There must be something in the water over there!”
Belle Jewel does a fantastic job of pushing her boundaries as a musician while still relating to the listener’s taste.
Sold-out Show Brings The National Parks, Westward The Tide, and Brumby Back to Velour
The lead singer of The National Parks, performs a 20 minute set at Utah State University’s independently organized TEDx event.
The National Parks write a new song for a documentary collaboration.